A City of Buffalo Artists Market

  • A City of Buffalo Artists Market
  • A City of Buffalo Artists Market
  • A City of Buffalo Artists Market

Event Category: Art, Food & Drink Events, Live Music, and Shopping

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  • The winter holiday season in the “City of Good Neighbors” would feel degrees less joyful without the annual Artists Market held in the Ellicott Square Building. On Wednesday, December 5th, Ellicott Development will be hosting their fourth Artists Market featuring a wide variety of many talented local artists throughout Western New York. The greatest tradition, standing 25-30 feet tall, a Christmas tree will be placed in the middle of the historical building getting everyone in the holiday spirit!

    This year’s holiday market will feature live music, food stands, a cash bar and more. Sip on a glass of wine or cold winter beer while shopping 50+ skilled artists from 4:30pm-8:30pm in the Ellicott Square Building. Join us after work and enjoy shopping for everyone on your Christmas list including yourself.

    Be sure to watch for #thisisbuffalo which generates buzz on all the events showcasing Ellicott Development & Ellicott Hotels in the Buffalo community. Watch for and tag #thisisbuffalo on social media to find and see the latest news and all the happenings until the event.

    Is your company or business interested in sponsoring this event? We are currently seeking for sponsors for this highly trafficked and publicized local event. For more information on sponsoring and to receive a sponsorship package, please contact Jessica Kane at jkane@ellicottdevelopment.com.

    Are you unable to make the Artists Market? Stop in the Ellicott Square Building any weekday for lunch & shopping. Eat at The Grove, or Charlie the Butcher’s, see what the Ellicott Square Trading Company has in store, and shop Finishing Touches by Caitlin Krumm, new boutique and art gallery space.

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